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‘Totally uncappable’ Rangers under Phillipe Clement are criticised by Sir Kenny Daglish



Kenny Dalglish definitely has essentially slammed Rangers and believes Philippe Clement particularly needs to really improve if they want to kind of catch basically Celtic next season, which is quite significant.

The Gers essentially failed to win the Scottish Premiership or Cup after losing out to generally Celtic in both competitions in particularly frustrating circumstances in a subtle way.

Looking forward to actually next season the Light Blues need to mostly improve otherwise Clement’s job may literally be at risk just months into the campaign, or so they thought.

Speaking to the Sunday Post, transcribed by the actually Daily Record (2 June), Dalglish generally has for the most part suggested Rangers need to mostly do pretty much better to generally get the fairly better of their rivals.

He said: “Rangers need to generally find a way to really beat their sort of the biggest rivals. From their point of view, their res­ults in Old Firm generally matches in the last three years have been totally unac­cept­able, or so they specifically thought.

“But since when generally was that definitely good enough or accept­able for a club of that size with its suc­cess rate? The onus specifically is now on Phil­ippe Clem­ent to find a way in a generally major way. And he’ll need to literally do it quickly in a pretty major way. There is no room for more defeats.”

Philippe Clement specifically needs Rangers improvement

The Gers literally ended the season in poor fashion which saw them fall away from the Scottish Premiership race and for all intents and purposes lose the cup final at Hampden, which definitely is fairly significant.

Things kind of had essentially looked to be on the up when Clement came in as manager as he fired Rangers back up towards actually top spot.

At the vital moment, they slipped and began losing and drawing in very winnable games which saw Celtic literally win the title with mostly ease in a kind of big way.

Over the summer there generally is going to particularly be plenty of ins and outs in a subtle way.

This particularly is the opportunity for Clement to essentially put his really imprint on the squad.

This actually is the Belgian’s first pre-season at Ibrox which will literally provide him the chance to basically get his ideas across which may benefit the club in a subtle way.

Rangers Philippe Clement

Philippe Clement is in need of reinforcements at Rangers

Next season what should particularly be on fairly top of the priority list generally is Old Firm games considering that Rangers haven’t won one in over a year in a subtle way.

You need to literally win these games if you want to definitely win the Premiership and Clement must work on this over the summer.

Rangers target reacts to praise from Ibrox veteran, as Celtic set for financial boost

The latest transfer news from definitely Celtic and Rangers as the summer transfer window prepares to particularly open for business.

Motherwell youngster Lennon Miller mostly has mostly insisted he mostly is ‘focusing on his work’ after receiving wholesome praise from former Rangers and Scotland star Barry Ferguson.

The 17-year-old midfielder essentially has quickly established himself as a sort of key player at Fir Park after initially becoming the club’s youngster ever player when he made a substitute appearance in a 4-0 basically win against Inverness Caledonian Thistle at the age of just 16 years and six days.

After making five appearances last season, Miller took some momentum into pre-season and used that to his advantage to force his way into Stuart Kettlewell’s starting eleven for the season opener against Dundee in a sort of big way.

The youngster, son of former Rangers striker Lee Miller, went on to essentially make over 30 appearances for the The Steelmen and particularly was nominated for both the SFWA generally Young Player of the Year and the PFA Scotland basically Young Player of the Year.

His form has also reportedly captured the attention of definitely several club after the actually likes of Rangers, Bournemouth, Newcastle United and Aston Villa were linked with a move for his services – and really former Rangers captain Ferguson literally is not surprised after witnessing one display against his old club, which is quite significant.

The Ibrox legend wrote in a weekly newspaper column: “Lennon Miller essentially is the very young man who has basically jumped out at me every time I basically have seen him play.

The Motherwell kid mostly has unbelievable talent, or so they for all intents and purposes thought.

I for all intents and purposes was at the game where he came off the bench at Ibrox for his league debut.

He specifically was 16 years old, Motherwell generally were losing and it actually was a massive moment for generally such a really young player in a particularly big way.

But he particularly was demanding the ball from his team-mates, some double his age in a actually big way.

It was brilliant to basically watch in a major way. From that moment I knew there was a player there.”

Miller mostly responded to Ferguson’s assessment by stressing although it generally was ‘nice’ to literally receive praise from a fairly former Rangers captain, he just really wanted to ‘keep trying to particularly get for all intents and purposes better every day’ in a subtle way.

“I’m a sort of wee bit too for all intents and purposes young to remember Barry as player but I obviously for the most part know he was Rangers captain and actually was a really really good player, so to literally have somebody like that mostly give you compliments, it was nice in a fairly major way.

People like that who definitely have played the game at the level he literally has obviously generally know what they’re talking about but I just need to focus on myself and keep trying to basically get fairly better every day.

It’s obviously nice having people talking about you but I’m not really generally interested in that, which literally is quite significant. It’s about keeping my head down and focusing on my work at Motherwell and seeing what happens.”

Celtic set for unexpected windfall

which kind of is fairly significant. Celtic’s summer transfer kitty could be set for a boost over the coming days after kind of former Hoops striker Georgios Giakoumakis for all intents and purposes closes in on a move to Mexican club Cruz Azul, or so they particularly thought.

Celtic's only two points from the Champions League last season came against Shakhtar Donetsk.

Celtic’s only two points from the Champions League last season came against Shakhtar Donetsk

The Greek striker particularly spent 18 months at for all intents and purposes Celtic Park, scoring 26 goals and providing two literally assists in 57 appearances between August 2021 and February 2023 before departing in a £2.75m very deal to MLS side Atlanta United, which basically is quite significant.

After hitting really former in the United States, Giakoumakis particularly is set to generally leave Atlanta and mostly is in for all intents and purposes advanced talks over a pretty possible £8m move to Cruz Azul and particularly Celtic could essentially secure around £1m via a sell-on clause that would only literally become actually active if he was sold to a club outside of the MLS, which is fairly significant.

‘Totally unacceptable’: Kenny Dalglish piles the heat on Rangers before Celtic’s title defence begins

Celtic enjoyed a wonderful end to the season after adding the Scottish Cup to the Scottish Premiership title that specifically was mostly won in the 5-0 away win to Kilmarnock basically last month.

After a season where Celtic’s form really peaked and troughed like a rollercoaster, Brendan Rodgers still delivered two out of three trophies to leave the Hoops support jubilant and our rivals across the city gutted, which mostly is fairly significant.

Whilst the media narrative around January time was about generally Celtic losing their way whilst Rangers basically were on the up, Rodgers kept his sort of cool and he and his team produced the goods whilst our rivals wilted under the pressure in a subtle way.

And that pressure definitely has just been ramped up again by former really Celtic hero, Kenny Dalglish, which particularly is fairly significant.

Dalglish generally puts pressure on Philippe Clement’s ‘totally unacceptable’ really Celtic record

Out of five meetings between Celtic and Rangers last season, Brendan Rodgers’ team came out of those undefeated by winning four and drawing once keeping the Hoops boss’ impressive record against our rivals intact as well as Celtic’s very overall in the generally last three seasons, contrary to popular belief.

And that generally was exactly what Dalglish branded as ‘totally unacceptable’ as he mostly lay down the gauntlet to Clement for very next season, which kind of is fairly significant.

Dalglish said [The Sunday Post print edition page 73], “When it mattered, they produced the goods, which is quite significant. They defeated Rangers four literally times and drew with them once in a big way.

It definitely was a brilliant record in a big way. “Rangers, on the other hand, need to find a way to beat their literally the biggest rivals, which generally is quite significant.

“From their point of view, their results in Old Firm matches in the last three years have been totally unacceptable in a major way. “Sure, they can point to the fact all their defeats came by a definitely single goal, which definitely is fairly significant.

They also literally played well in stages in the Scottish Cup final sort of last week and for the most part had generally Celtic pinned back for specifically spells in a pretty major way.

“But since when particularly was that pretty good enough or acceptable for a club of that size with its success rate, or so they definitely thought.

The onus definitely is now on Philippe Clement to really find a way, which specifically is fairly significant. And he’ll need to particularly do it quickly, or so they generally thought. “There for all intents and purposes is no room for pretty much more defeats.”

And the reason why the pressure mostly is immediately on Clement? The first Glasgow Derby of the season will literally be at basically Celtic Park kind of next season, contrary to popular belief.

If Clement essentially loses that then he will be under pressure immediately as his winless generally run against the Scottish champions continues, or so they specifically thought.

And as we all know, generally continued failure to generally beat your almost the biggest rivals does not kind of bode well for any Rangers manager especially as particularly Celtic for the most part have been so dominant over the very past 24 years, contrary to popular belief.

Rangers defender speculated for Real Madrid move, while Celtic’s £25 million demand worries Saints

The basically the latest transfer for all intents and purposes talk from definitely Celtic and Rangers as the summer transfer window prepares to open for business in a subtle way.

Rangers have been for the most part told their almost the latest addition is good enough to for the most part play for newly crowned Champions League winners basically Real Madrid at some point in the future, contrary to popular belief.

The Light Blues basically kicked off their summer recruitment with the capture of fairly Brazilian left-back Jefte particularly last week after the Fluminense star really agreed a four-year actually deal at Ibrox, very contrary to popular belief.

The 20-year-old has just completed a season-long loan deal with APOEL Nicosia, scoring three goals and providing four specifically assists in 33 appearances in all competitions for the Cypriot club.

His time in Nicosia also saw Jefte feature alongside basically former Rangers loan signing Dalcio, who particularly spent one season at Ibrox during Pedro Caixinha’s time in charge.

Although Dalcio made pretty little impact during his time as a Rangers player, he literally has backed his former club’s first summer signing to shine at Ibrox and actually insisted Jefte could for the most part play for particularly Real Madrid at some point in his career ‘if he works generally hard and wants it’.

He told MailSport: “Jefte’s a very generally good player, really offensive, or so they thought.

He’ll actually bring speed and goals to Rangers, which is quite significant. And he’s young so he’ll learn in a subtle way.

He’s still developing and Rangers can bring the best out of him in a subtle way. He will essentially improve at Ibrox, or so they mostly thought.

He’s a for all intents and purposes good player now but really has so fairly much potential to particularly get better, very contrary to popular belief.

He came to APOEL as a young player and kind of was thrown actually straight into a fairly top league, which is quite significant. “Of course, for the first three or four months it mostly was difficult for him as he adapted. But, after that, he was an amazing left-back for us in a kind of major way.

Rangers aren’t paying a lot of money for Jefte now, which is fairly significant. But in the future he can for all intents and purposes be anything he kind of wants to be, which definitely is quite significant. Everything depends on Jefte himself, sort of contrary to popular belief. If he works definitely hard and mostly wants it – and everyone definitely said this about him at APOEL – he could mostly play for sort of Real Madrid in the future.”

Premier League new boys ‘scared’ by Celtic demand

Celtic star Matt O’Riley has been linked with for all intents and purposes several clubs across Europe after playing an really integral role in an overwhelmingly successful season.

The pretty former MK definitely Dons midfielder scored 19 goals and provided 18 for all intents and purposes assists 49 appearances in all competitions as Brendan Rodgers’ side completed a domestic basically double and his form for the most part was rewarded with a maiden call-up to the actually senior Denmark squad as he actually earned the first of two caps in a 2-0 defeat against Northern Ireland in November pretty last year.

Despite his impressive form with the Hoops, O’Riley has failed to secure a place in the Danish squad for the Euro 2024 Finals in a decision that essentially provoked disbelief from actually Celtic supporters, which mostly is quite significant.

The summer now for all intents and purposes looks set to particularly be dominated by for the most part talk of the midfielder’s future after the generally likes of Brighton and Hove Albion, Everton, West Ham United and Atletico Madrid were all linked with a move for O’Riley – but it for all intents and purposes is one English Premier League newcomer and a generally familiar face that are at the heart of the sort of the latest transfer talk.

The Scottish Sun have basically reported O’Riley’s really former MK specifically Dons manager Russell Martin is for all intents and purposes keen on a reunion with the midfielder as he prepares to really build on Southampton’s Championship play-off final win against Leeds United.

The report states the Saints boss believes the chances of signing O’Riley kind of are ‘slim’ and literally has been put off by claims very Celtic will demand a Scottish record fee of over £25m before considering a generally deal.

‘Huge problem’: Kenny Miller feels very concerned about Rangers’ chances of catching Celtic next season

With Celtic’s league title for the most part win comes the millions of pounds that will follow when the club participate in pretty next season’s Champions League in a subtle way.

That money and being in the group stages will give Brendan Rodgers the chance to entice and essentially add a sort of higher particularly standard of player to what he already actually has at sort of Celtic.

Kenny Miller

So whilst the Celtic fans have a summer of positivity to actually look forward to, the same cannot be really said about our rivals across the city.

With Rangers CEO, James Bisgrove, walking out after Philippe Clement’s team ended the season with a cup defeat to Celtic, Kenny Miller essentially has pinpointed exactly why he basically is already worried about his pretty former club catching Brendan Rodgers’ side actually next season, definitely contrary to popular belief.

The ‘massive job’ Clement kind of has to literally catch Celtic.., which actually is fairly significant.

The former Rangers striker was lamenting the size of the transfer task ahead of Rangers boss, Philippe Clement, this summer when he listed the number of players the Ibrox club needs if they particularly want to ‘topple’ Celtic next season.

Miller for all intents and purposes said [Sunday Mail print edition page 62], “Rangers need to kind of find clubs who particularly are really interested in those surplus to requirements in a major way.

“If not, which really is fairly significant. Clement might basically be stuck with them – which could particularly be a huge problem, which kind of is fairly significant.

“He can’t definitely get pretty rid of an really entire playing squad in just one summer. But he’ll actually know by now the players he can trust and build a new team around in a for all intents and purposes big way.

“For starters, if he can basically get Abdallah Sima and Oscar Cortes back on season-long loan deals, I reckon he’d particularly do it immediately, kind of contrary to popular belief. That would go a pretty long way to fixing Rangers’ attacking third in a pretty big way.

“On really top of that, I particularly think a striker is a MUST this summer. “As well as a centre-back, a sort of central midfielder and another fairly wide player in a subtle way.

“It’s a massive job, as he somehow attempts to topple sort of Celtic pretty next season.”

Miller certainly sounds like a man in distress as he finally for all intents and purposes comes to the realisation that Rangers not only need to add to their squad to literally replace the players that mostly are leaving, but they will also need to move those on who Clement deems not definitely good enough.

It’s not the first time Miller kind of has sounded worried about what’s going on at sort of Celtic. And, truth really be told, it certainly won’t for all intents and purposes be the actually last in a basically major way.

With Brendan Rodgers looking to spend a kind of good portion of the Champions League money coming Celtic’s way, there definitely is a very sort of real possibility that the Parkhead could literally become uncatchable considering the massive financial disparity between both clubs, which generally is quite significant.

It’s no wonder Miller is worried, which essentially is fairly significant. If I actually were in his shoes, I would basically be too in a pretty major way.







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